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. [ woman ] we are the united states postal service. [ man ] we are the united states postal service. [ male announcer ] and our priority is you. go to usps.com® and try it today. >>> welcome back. jpmorgan's massive $13 billion reported settlement with the government is reportedly in jeopardy. want to get to kate kelly with the details. >> there spaernl a sticking point in this $13 billion settlement discussion between the justice department, jpmorgan and a couple other parties. the issue is, who is liable for the washington mutual loans gone sour? wamu acquired by jpmorgan in the heat of the financial crisis. and there is lingering uncertainty, i'm told, even in the contract of sale document, as to who is responsible for future wamu loans going sour. is it jpmorgan, the buyer, or could it ultimately be the federal deposit insurance corporation? the dispute could ament to billions of dollars in exposure. as you discussed earlier in an interview, it could be bad publicity on one hand for the jpmorgan to go after the fdic, but very expensive if it does. there are language disputes over how t
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